Seaholm art students set record

Seaholm High School art students set the national record for the Memory Project.

 The Memory Project is made up of nationwide high school art students who create portraits of orphans from all over the world. High school art teachers sign their students and classes up to participate. In Seaholm’s case, it was Ms. Susan Chapman who got her students involved.

Her art students set the portrait record at 197. The  portraits are of children from Thailand, Peru, Haiti, Ethiopia and Mexico.

Congratulations to Ms. Chapman and her students!

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